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Oct 21, 2012 10:30am EDT
very near death we are told. i'm wondering, senator, what do you think will be the course of u.s. relations with cuba if castro does go? >> well, it won't be the direction the president has taken it over the last four years. they have these things called people-to-people trips to cuba which ostensibly is for americans to be able to travel to cuba. they're really tourism trips. people go over there for salsa dancing and cigar rolling lessons and all it is is a source of hard currency for the castro regime. you talk about fidel cast trow beak dead but i'll tell you what's near death in cuba is democracy. the cause of freedom in cuba has been hurt by the additional trips to cube and remittances providing hard currency for that regime. >> schieffer: are there lessons to be learned for today's politicians from what happened during the cuban missile crisis? we did avert, and probably came as close as we'll ever come, or had come to that point, to nuclear war. are there lessons to be taken away from that? >> you read the accounts after the fact it was even more chilling in terms of some
Oct 28, 2012 8:30am PDT
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Oct 22, 2012 2:00am PDT
, indicated he thought iran and the u.s. had to talk, but only after the election. now, the iranians have a lot of calculation to make after that. and one of them is, of course, who gets elected. it would be hard to imagine that mr. romney, if he was just in his first year in office, would want to get into a lengthy negotiation before he had a chance to understand the nature of what's going on. you know, it would be sort of diplomatic malpractice if the u.s., israel, and iran headed toward war and hadn't talked to each other first. >> schieffer: joe, i want to get to you just about the dynamics of this race so far. it has been mostly about economic stuff, but now we're coming down to foreign policy in the last weeks of the campaign. how do you-- what do you think of this campaign right now? where do you see it going? >> well, these debates-- the distribution always fascinating. and the big thing that the debates decide for most people is who you want to have in your house for the next four years. the president is the most intimate office we have. and the obama campaign spent the entire su
Oct 8, 2012 2:00am PDT
know, the only major league ball player who became a u.s. spy. and he was a good one during world war ii. presidents continued to throw out first ball, but washington kept losing. attendance dropped, and washington lost its team in 1971. baseball didn't return until 2005. and george bush did the honors. followed by the current white house occupant. so forgive us for talking baseball today. it's not often around here we can find an excuse to do that. our "face the nation" flashback. they have teachers... ...with a deeper knowledge of their subjects. as a result, their students achieve at a higher level. let's develop more stars in education. let's invest in our teachers... they can inspire our students. let's solve this. >> schieffer: that's it for today. we'll see you right here next week on "face the nation." ,,,,
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